Bells of Ireland

Bells of Ireland - Seeds & Bulbs

Bells of Ireland
(Moluccella laevis)

Not only Irish eyes will smile at this unusual plant. Its bright green bells with their tiny white 'clappers' are always a conversation piece. This strain was chosen for its superior performance as a cut or dried flower. Flowers turn a straw color when dried. Plants self-sow, and you'll be enjoying this delightful flower for years to come.

Average Count: 75 Seeds Per Packet
Seeds Per Pound: 64,000
Pounds Per Acre: 35

Flower Type: Annual
Bloom Time: Late Summer
Height: 2' to 3'
Exposure: Full Sun

When to Sow Outside: Early Spring - 2 to 4 weeks before last frost.
When to Sow Inside: 6 to 8 weeks before last frost.
Seed Depth: Requires light to germinate. Press seed lightly onto soil surface.
Seed Spacing: 1"
Days to Emerge: 15 - 35
Thinning: 12" apart

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